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Madison Metro Area

Including Albany, Arena, Argyle, Avoca, Bagley, Baraboo, Barneveld, Belleville, Belmont, Beloit, and 100 other towns.

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Madison is the capital of and second-largest city in Wisconsin, named after Founding Father, James Madison, shortly after he died. The Madison metropolitan area is made up of six counties: Columbia, Dane, Green, Iowa, Rock, and Sauk, and has been routinely ranked as one of the best places to live in the United States, thanks in part to its low unemployment rate.

The Baraboo National Bank is the oldest active bank in the Madison area. It was established in 1857 — 11 years after Madison became incorporated as a village, and nine years after Wisconsin became a state. The Madison area is home to approximately 540 branches from more than 85 banks and 30 credit unions. Of those, there are 54 banks and 21 credit unions headquartered in the area. Notable financial institutions headquartered in the area include John Deere Financial, Summit Credit Union, AnchorBank, University Of Wisconsin Credit Union, and First Business Bank.

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BMO Harris Platinum Money Market Drops To 0.95%
Another rate cute... this time to to 0.95%
MidWestOne Bank Offers Power Checking In Five States
Deal Summary: Update 7/23/2020 – Power Checking, 2.25% 1.75% APY on qualifying balances up to $25k. Power Savings, 1.51% 1.00% APY on qualifying balances up to $25k. Availability: Market area
Marine Credit Union Offers Competitive 60-Month Jumbo CD
Deal Summary: 60-month Jumbo CD, 2.07% APY, $100k minimum deposit. Availability: Residents of 38 Wisconsin counties, ten eastern Iowa counties, four southeast Minnesota counties, and one northwestern Illinois county. Wisconsin-based
Wells Falsely Reports Customers Requested Loan Payment Deferrals..
NBCNews report...Could impact prior court agreements on post BK payment arrangements...and no notice!
BMO Harris Platinum Money Market Drops To 1.10%
Looks like the rate has been cut again to 1.10%
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